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Date: 1964
Type: lapel pins
Identifier: aql:5643
Description: Orange pin with lenticular graphic of fireworks behind the Unisphere.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1572
Description: Black and white view of the Trylon and Perisphere towering over William Zorach's sculpture "Builders of the Future".
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1423
Description: Black and white view of the sculpture "Europa" by Gleb Derujinsky with Trylon visible in the far distance.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1418
Description: Black and white view of Paul Manship's "Mood of Time" sculpture with George Washington statue in the background.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1425
Description: Black and white view of Paul Manship's "Moods of Time" sculptures.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1550
Description: Black and white view of Carl Milles' sculpture "The Pony Express" located in the courtyard of the A.T.&T. Building. The sculpture featured a mailman riding a pony.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1559
Description: Black and white view of Joseph Reiner's sculpture "Speed". The A.T.&T. Building is visible behind.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1549
Description: Black and white view of Paul Manship's sculpture "Time and the Fates of Man". The sculpture of George Washington is visible in the distance.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1511
Description: Black and white view of Paul Manship's sculpture "Time and the Fates of Man". The sculpture featured three females characters from Greek mythology under a giant sundial.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1419
Description: Black and white view of Paul Manship's eighty foot tall sundial sculpture "Time and the Fates of Man".
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1438
Description: Black and white view of "Wings" sculpture (also known as "To the Morrow") by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney with the Ballantine Three Ring-Inn in the background.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1560
Description: Black and white view of the sculpture "The Spirit of Electricity" on top of the A.T.&T. Building. The sculpture depicted Mercury, the Roman god of communication, holding lightning bolts.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1476
Description: Black and white panoramic view of the Amusement Area. Billy Rose's Aquacade is visible on the right.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1475
Description: Black and white panoramic view of the Amusement Area featuring the Interborough Rapid Transit (IRT) entrance and other exhibits.
Authors: Golby, Bob
Date: circa 1939
Type: negatives (photographic)
Identifier: aql:1573
Description: Black and white view of visitor walking in front of the Business Systems and Insurance Building. Joseph Kiselewski's sculpture "Time" covered much of the building's entrance. The sculpture featured al ... More